The Endicott Evil by Gregory HarrisThe Endicott Evil by Gregory Harris

The Endicott Evil

byGregory Harris

Paperback | March 28, 2017

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In Victorian London, there exists no greater investigative team than master sleuth Colin Pendragon and his loyal partner, Ethan Pruitt. But it will take all their powers of deduction to determine if a fatal fall was a result of misery or murder . . .

Adelaide Endicott—elderly sister of Lord Thomas Endicott, a senior member of Parliament—has plummeted to her death from the third-floor window of her bedroom at Layton Manor. Did she take her own life—or was she pushed? Although Scotland Yard believes it is a clear case of suicide, Adelaide’s sister Eugenia is convinced otherwise . . .

Intrigued by the spinster’s suspicions, Pendragon and Pruitt look into the victim’s troubled mental state while simultaneously exploring who might have had a motive to push Adelaide to her death. As they begin to uncover a family history involving scandalous secrets, abuse, and trauma, mounting evidence suggests that there is evil lurking behind the closed doors of Layton Manor, and that it is of utmost urgency to expose it before another tragedy occurs.

Praise for Gregory Harris and the Colin Pendragon Mysteries

“The novel is well-paced . . . the interplay between Pendragon and Pruitt is interesting and complex . . . a number of unusual twists and turns.” —Mystery Scene on The Arnifour Affair

“An incredibly pleasing mystery . . . the author nails it yet again.” —Suspense Magazine on The Bellingham Bloodbath
Gregory Harris is a graduate of USC who spent twenty years working on a variety of motion pictures and television series before turning his attentions to writing fiction. He resides in Southern California and is currently at work on the next installment of the Colin Pendragon series. Visit Gregory Harris online at www.GregoryHarrisAuth...
Title:The Endicott EvilFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:304 pages, 8.3 × 5.5 × 0.9 inShipping dimensions:8.3 × 5.5 × 0.9 inPublished:March 28, 2017Publisher:KensingtonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1617738891

ISBN - 13:9781617738890


Rated 3 out of 5 by from nothing particularly special... your usual Victorian mystery The language reads like a Victorian novel. First paragraph gets you right away. Great, shocking hook. Writing’s slightly clunky. The opening narrative throws the reader in mid-scene, making it difficult to acclimatise to what’s going on. I don’t find the characters immediately engaging. Is it intended to have a humorous undertone? Because that’s what I’m getting from this older lady and her sister who jumped out the window. My immediate assumption upon viewing the cover and description was that this would be a horror/mystery, so if it’s got that comedic element, the marketing’s slightly misleading. Not that that’s particularly a bad thing… I, as a reader, was simply slightly misled.
Date published: 2017-03-18